Late last year, I released my first ebook, Ramit’s 2007 Guide to Kicking Ass. Today I’m releasing another chapter from the ebook, “Money Day,” in which J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly (a great personal-finance blog) writes about getting your finances organized in just one day. Best of all, he recommends his favorite companies and sites to get it done.
But first, a little feedback from the ebook, which has gotten a great response. When I launched it in December, hundreds of people bought it within 48 hours. Here’s what some of them had to say:
- “Producers, Consumers, and Information Diet pointed out something in my own life (i.e. I was consuming too much). I’ve gone on an information diet and my productivity level has reached nine thousand.”
- “I’ve never done well with making introductions via email. Your template made this easy. I’ve already used it twice this week.”
- “Lots of stuff on how to run teams. Good balance between inspirational (soft) and hard writing.”
- “You brought views in from outside of I Will Teach You To Be Rich. It had a very professional look and feel, almost to the point where it would’ve been worth charging more for it!”
- “The information Diet was an interesting topic. I realized that I need to go on one. I read all this facinating information, but I never use it to make anything.”
- “The fact that it wasn’t wrapped in DRM or something similar. I liked that you trusted your readers enough that we didn’t have to jump through 50 hoops to get to the eBook. I think it was just the right size.”
- “The essay called “The Key to Running a Great Project” was something I find completely applicable to my life: I am a graduate student who is overwhelmed by school and at the same time, I am launching a site with a friend. We constantly have to find milestones that will help us keep our momentum.”
- “I LOVED the graphics!”
Then I asked, “What have you done differently after reading the ebook?”
- “Getting my contact list updated and actually get my side business going and not talking about it so much.”
- “After a month of my senior projects starting to stall, I gathered my team together and discussed 3 important, but manageable, objectives to accomplish over the next 3 weeks. This caused a positive shift in momentum, allowing us to finish the project on time.”
- “I helped one of my friends looking for a job network with another friend of mine by sending an introductory email. Several days later someone else ended up doing the same thing for me.”
- “I have begun to invest for my retirement and have a plan to make contributions, no matter how modest, to my account each month.”
- “I have scheduled a time with my dad for next week to sit down and learn Quicken, set up a clear (as opposed to my rather ambiguous budget, which isn’t really a budget at all…) budget, and to change banks. Call it my Money Day, with some help from someone I financially respect.”
- “It’s helped me realize that my contacts are indeed invaluable. In fact, right after I read K’s essay, I e-mailed 6 or 7 people that I had forgotten to send my updated contact info to.”
The newly released chapter is free to download. If you want the entire ebook, it’s $4.95. One more thing: If you don’t love it, just let me know and I’ll refund 100% of your money back.
Check out Money Day, the newly released chapter, and the entire ebook here: Ramit’s 2007 Guide to Kicking Ass
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